2013 CSU High School
Counselor Conference
About CI
4920 Student Enrollment (as of fall 2012)
23 Bachelor Degree programs
6 Graduate Degree programs
Most Enrolled Majors
1. Psychology
2. Business
3. Biology
4. Liberal Studies
5. Communication
New Major for 2014 Health Science
Only Impacted program: Nursing
• Named by The Chronicle of Higher Education a
“2013 Great College to Work For”; 4th year in a row
• Designated Hispanic Serving Institution
• Recognized as a Military Friendly School by G.I. Jobs
About CI
• CI was ranked #65 by Sierra Magazine as a “Cool School” for our efforts in sustainability and
being a green campus.
• CI was ranked #56 by Washington Monthly’s “Best Bang for the Buck” among all schools.
• The Model United Nations team at CSU Channel Islands (CI) recently garnered six top awards
at two spring conferences.
• CSU Channel Islands (CI) has been named a “Tree Campus USA” for the first time by the Arbor
Day Foundation. The award honors CI for its commitment to forest management and
conservation and makes it one of approximately 150 institutions nationwide and the first in
the 23-campus CSU system to earn the designation.
• For the fourth consecutive year, CSU Channel Islands (CI) has earned a place on the
President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll.
• CSU Channel Islands’ (CI) Alumni & Friends Dodger Day event won a 2013 Award of Excellence
for Alumni Relations Programs from The Council for Advancement and Support of Education
• Two CSU Channel Islands (CI) art students earned top honors for their websites at the 2012
CSU Media Arts Festival. This is the 10th consecutive year that CI students have won awards.
CI Spirit & Support Services
Advising Center
Career Development Services
Disability Resource Programs
Educational Opportunity Program •
Learning Resource Center
Personal Counseling Services
Student Health Services
Student Success Services
(TRiO Programs)
• Transition Programs
• University Writing Center
• Veterans Services
Over 50 clubs and organizations
Health & wellness programs
Intramural sports & sports clubs
Outdoor adventures
Kayaking, sailing, windsurfing, & rowing
Student government
Student Programming Board
CI View student newspaper
The Nautical yearbook
Study abroad in 17 different countries
Engaging in research with faculty
Cost of Attendance*
Important Deadlines
Registration Fees
Books & Supplies
On-Campus Food & Housing
Personal Expenses
November 1st- February 14th
CI Scholarship Application Filing
January 1- March 2nd
FAFSA Filing Period
May 31st
Financial Aid Document Deadline
*All students regardless of residency status, pay tuition fees which are dependent on budgets beyond CI’s control and are subject to
change without notice. Non-residents of California pay tuition of $372/unit in addition to these fees. The above example shows the
estimated nine-month costs for a student living in University housing and taking 15 units per semester for 2013/2014.
Campus Tour Information
Individual & Family Tours
Monday – Friday 11:00 am
1st Saturday of the month 12:00 pm
Group Campus Tours (9-12th grade & Community College)
Wednesdays & Thursdays 9:00 am
Group Campus Tours (K-8 Schools)
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Admission/Enrollment Deadlines
Freshman Application Deadline: November 30, 2013 at 11:59 p.m.
SAT/ACT Exams: Must be taken by December 2013
EOP Application Deadline: Thursday, January 31, 2014
Register for ELM/EPT Placement Exams: January 15-April 14, 2014
FAFSA Application Deadline: March 2, 2014
Intent to Enroll Deadline: Thursday, May 1, 2014
ELM/EPT Placement Exams Deadline: Saturday, May 3, 2014
Orientation Registration Deadline: May 19, 2014
FAFSA Document Deadline: May 31, 2014
Island View Orientation (required for all FTF): June/July 2014
Early Start Program (if required): June/July/August 2014
Final Transcript Deadline (spring grades): July 14, 2014
Nursing (Impacted Program)
1. Apply to CI by November 30, 2013 as a Pre-Nursing
2. Meet minimum CSU Admission requirements to
3. Freshmen can apply to the Nursing program in their 2nd
4. All information for Nursing available at:
Freshman Application Statistics
Fall 2013
Fall 2012
Average GPA
CI is not an impacted campus. Minimum
CSU eligibility accepted.
• Applicants will receive myCI account information via email. myCI
allows you to check application & admission status.
• Admissions decisions are processed on an on-going basis beginning
in December.
• If admitted, intent to enroll and $100 non-refundable deposit is
required for reserving your space. Deposit fee is waived if student
was granted an application fee waiver.
Campus Contacts
All phone numbers are within the 805 area code.
Admissions & Recruitment
437- 8520
Campus Tours
437- 2724
Disability Resource Programs
437- 3331
Educational Opportunity Program
437- 8939
Financial Aid
437- 8530
Housing & Residential Education
437- 2733
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Camarillo, CA 93012

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